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Editorial Policy of HUFS Global Law Review
To support legal research activities, Law Research Institute of the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies has published the HUFS Global Law Review. The HUFS Global Law Review will be publishing articles on various legal researches in the fields of international, regional and comparative laws. Aiming for the highest position as an international academic law journal, the HUFS Global Law Review strives to enhance the fairness and transparency of the evaluation process as stated below:
1. Submission of Article
(1) There is no time limit for a submitted article to be accepted by the editor-in-chief. Upon receiving the article, the editor-in-chief is to give a certificate of acceptance to the submitter.
(2) The HUFS Global Law Review is open to unsolicited papers. Articles of less than 12,000 words are preferred. Citations in manuscripts must appear in footnotes, not endnotes. Citations should conform as closely as possible to the illustrated examples of citation in the article 8. The publishers are unable to check the accuracy of references and citations and it is the submitter’s responsibility to ensure that all references and citations are correct.
(3) Considering the period of evaluation and convenience in submitting an article, the HUFS Global Law Review allows articles to be submitted through the internet. A submitter should attach a copy of the article with a cover letter including the author's personal information.
* E-mail address: email@example.com
2. Selection of Reviewers
(1) The Board of editors recommend three reviewers after an article is submitted.
(2) The reviewers recommended by the board of editors must be confirmed by the editor-in-chief. If the recommended reviewers cannot participate in the evaluation process, another reviewer will be selected as soon as possible.
3. Evaluation Request
(1) For evaluation, the article will be sent to the selected reviewers without the submitter's personal information. Three weeks are given to finalize the evaluation.
(2) The evaluation is to be finalized into four different categories including: accept, accept with revisions, resubmit after revisions and reject.
4. Evaluation Table
5. Duty of Submitter
(1) Submitter must not submit an article which has been previous published in another journal. If confirmation is made that the article has been published in a different journal, the editor-in-chief will close the evaluation process on the article.
(2) If confirmation is made that the article has been submitted to a different journal, the editor-in-chief will close the evaluation process on the article.
6. Duty of the Board of Editors
(1) Editing committee must keep confidential the evaluation result and the submitter's personal information.
(2) Editing committee must proceed in the evaluation process of articles in a prompt and transparent manner.
7. Copyright of the Published Article
The copyright of an article published in the HUFS Global Law Review belongs to Law Research Institute of the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
8. Examples of Citation
There is no official guide to legal citation for the HUFS Global Law Review. Authors need to follow general citation practice in academic journals. This article simply shows some examples for a few common reference types.
1. Cite books by name of the author(s), title, edition, publisher, year and page(s) referenced.
Hong Gyu Kim, Law of Civil Procedure, 3rd ed. (Samyoungsa, 1983), pp. 3-7.
2. Cite articles in periodicals by name of the author(s), title of the article, and the periodical in which
the article is published, volume and year, and page(s) referenced.
Kong Hyun Lee, “Civil Mediation Procedure”, Human Rights and Justice, Vol. 3, No. 5 (May
1994), p. 47.
3. Cite legislation by title, and the article referenced.
Immigration Act, Arts. 839-842.
4. Cite cases by name of the court, date of decision, type of decision and docket number.
(Each jurisdiction may follow its own citation way for cases.)
Supreme Court, 12 June 1999, 99Do2934
5. Cite articles in newspapers by the name of the author(s), title of the article, title of the publication, date of publication, and page(s) referenced.
Gil-Dong Hong, “Opening the Rice Market—True Story of the Kim Young Sam Government”, Donga Daily (20 April 1998), p. 3.